Fannie Mae is pressing its seller/servicers to repurchase $14.5 billion of bad mortgages but only a small portion of those buyback requests involve loans originated after 2008.

“Less than 0.25% of loans in our new single-family book of business, which were acquired after 2008, have been subject to a repurchase request,” the mortgage giant said in its second quarter financial report.  

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